Monthly Archives: July 2011

WHEN THE FIRE STARTS TO MATTER AND THE CLOCK IS CHURNING

A single shot of Dave’s absolutely gorgeous Polo Red ’66 911 from the February LA Swap show. The car was just finished in time for Dave to debut it at the event. I kept returning to this car to figure … Continue reading

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WITHOUT AN ANSWER THE THUNDER SPEAKS FOR THE SKY

Cowboys and Aliens. Worth seeing in the theatre? I was going to say yes but that’s only because I’m a fan of Daniel Craig (aka the best James Bond since Connery). How can you not be a fan of the … Continue reading

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BUT MAYBE SOMEDAY YEAH MAYBE SOMEDAY

Maybe someday…I will have WERK CREW shirts made.

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I’M WELL AWARE OF HOW IT ACHES

Sometimes…sometimes I like to post-process angry. I find that it helps me get out of my post-processing rut. I don’t care if it comes out good. Just beat the crap out of the image and vent.

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IN THE HANGING GARDEN NO ONE SLEEPS

iPhone shots from the day – my wife and I had the day off so tripped on over to San Francisco. The de Young Museum is currently hosting a Picasso exhibit. The man was a workaholic and his passion was relentless … Continue reading

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FOR ALL THAT I’VE BLESSED AND ALL THAT I’VE WRONGED

Another piece to add to my “mid-century industrial home office make over”. Got this Tensor portable desk light off ebay. It is in surprisingly excellent condition after a quick polish and wax. I can’t seem to bring myself to buy … Continue reading

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PUT ME IN THE DEATH PARADE

John Dilger, editor of ESSES, arriving on scene in his sinister black 911S in Monterey for the R Gruppe Treffen.

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